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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Monday, April 15, 1974 Norwegian melodrama tires Ottawa patrons By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) Vancouver's Playhouse Theatre centre opened a week run in the National Arts Centre Theatre last week with Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House, played to stress every melodramatic line. It is the second of three regional theatre productions from across the country to DP invited this season to participate in tl'e arts centre's main theatre subscription series. The opening night audience, however, was less than capacity, and applause was polite. The play showed its near-100 years. Written by the great Norwegian dramatist in 1878- 79, it is a biting commentary on the marital and family life ONLY 16 DAYSLE WHICH TWIN does his own INCOME TAX It's easy to spot the wise man who takes his return fo H R BLOCK. He's smiling, happy and secure. Smart taxpapers from coasMo-coast know the value of qualified .tax as- sistance. COMPLETE RETURNS If we make any error in the preparation ol your tax return thai costs >ou any interest or penalty on additional taxes due. while we do not assume the liability lor the additional taxes we will pay tnat interest and penalty T.ix Service With Over 6000 Offices in North 815 3rd Ave. S. 329-3632 324 13th St. N. 327-4075 B to 8; Siturdiyi B to 5 NO APPOINTMtNT NECESSARY I of the day, and its final ,10 minutes nave a ringing reflection in today's Women's Lib movement. Canadian actress Blair Brown played Nora, the prevaricating, self-centered, spendthrift wife her only duty is to protect her husband at all costs, including forging her lather's signature on a promissory note for a loan. James Hurdle, well known in regional theatres across the country, played the shallow husband. Torvald, who sets Nora up in her little doll's house existence and then, when he discovers her forgery, denounces her for what her action did to his banking reputation. CBC invites opera request When the Metropolitan Opera ends its current broadcast season, April 27, CBC Radio won't forsake its faithful opera listeners. A new two-hour program, Opera by Request, lets the listeners get into the act by choosing operatic selections for each show, heard Saturdays at p.m. starting May 4. Listeners are invited to send m their suggestions of arias, duets, overtures or any other favorite operatic excerpt they would like to hear played. These should be sent to Opera By Request. CBC, Box 500. Station A. Toronto, Ont. M5W 1E6. Dancer attack doubted MOSCOW (AP) The wife of Soviet Jewish ballet dancer Valery Panov said her mother's recent attack on Panov was "deeply immoral and cynical" and probably not written by her mother. Galina Pancv, 24, said someone else, probably a Soviet official, wrote the letter for Larissa Ragozina. Panov, 35, and his wife were dismissed from Leningrad's Kirov Ballet company two years ago after they applied for exit visas to Israel. Panov was finally issued a visa last year, but Soviet authorities told his wife she could not leave because her mother was opposed. In the letter, given wide publicity by the Soviet press last month, Mrs. Ragozina called Panov a "mercenary Jew" and said she was blocking her daughter's departure because "she is a Russian and should serve her people." Mrs. Rabozina called Panov "an evil mercenary and without and said that Galina was afraid of him. "It is true that I am a Rus- sian, and that is why I want the world to think better of Russian Mrs. Panov said in a statement made available to Western correspondents. "My resolve to depart with my husband remains firm and unwa- vering." TONY RANDALL Odd Couple actor lives his part By HELEN HENNESSY NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK "I am a said actor Tony Randall with a straight face. "Conservative on the outside and a militant peacenik on the inside." You may recall he made the much publicized White House list.'" The outside conservatism of WHILE QUANTITIES LAST Dor-i HISS irns buy1 stpi-n1-) o' seam ess-nesh s'ui K nqs Edge Spec Polyester Conon pnf blouse gh; Assorted pr nis colou-s 10 18 with anct v. i cuds .vaisi While Navy Blue or Pink Sizes 8 18 ___ Full fashioned top wiih pomlello design on Iron! Back zipper Assorted col ours Sizes S M L U neck V-neck witn em broidery trim Tie back bell mid-riff White Navy Blue Pmk or Yellow Sizes S-M-L Three styles U-neck Sweetheari necklines White Red Navy Yellow Pink and Slue Sizes S M L CADBURY BLOCK BARS Dairy milk. Caramilk, Maccaroon, or Semi Sweet. Reg 29t Special CADBURY BULK Buds and Macaroons Special 88C EVERYDAY GREETING CARDS UdiW Cotton Panties if LADIES CREPE DE CHINE SQUARES l> BIKINI PYJAMAS S-M-L LADIES CASUAL SHOES 5-9_____ JACQUAHD FACE CLOTHS Terrv COTTON TEA TOWELSO ANGOLA RAYON WOVEN THROW Ei BOY SS SLEEVE SHIRT 16 UNIFOAM PILLOW Cotton Cover 1 J I. CHENILLE BEDSPRE'D'T OQ 4Cois t. 1.00 CHILD'S BOWL TUMBLER SET CHILD S DIVIDED PLATE ________ SUNDOWN QUENCHER BEER GLASSES LIGHT BULBS 40 60 100 wall SKIRT HANGERS Set ol 3 TWIN PAK SPONGE MOP REFILLS F-.g KITCHEN GARBAGE BAGS Pkq ol 40 PI COTTOh SILICONE OVEN MITTS Fr SHAMPOO SPRAY PlasncO colours TRANSISTOR BATTERIES Eveready AA 4 per card cordv P.FUftEjl of 3 i 30 MASK- ING TAPE VACUUM BOTTLE 15 02 sue Downtown, Lethbridge Corner 4th Ave. 6th St. the star of TV's hit series. "The Odd Couple" starts wtth a dark businessman's suit and tie coupled with a short hair cut and the statement that he doesn't think he's going to be into anything very different this year than in the past. He also has no use for the "modern nonsense" of theatres without curtains, films with "naked people running sauced-up gourmet foods and weird combinations of liquors in drinks. Not to mention any kind of rock music. But the comedian who has more than a dozen Hollywood films and three Broadway plays to his credit was startled to learn that nothing new was scheduled in a life that will be divided between Hollywood (where he's filming the fourth year of "The Odd and New York City which he loves. So he quickly added, "Well, of course, there probably will be a new singing album as a follow-up to ''The Odd Couple Sings This funny record includes such tare as Tony and Jack Klugman singing, "When Bannana Skins Are Falling I'll Come Sliding Home To You" and an amusing rendition of one of the show's segments in a Verdi-opera style. "I'm also into books for the first time in he said. "Rudolph Bing's book entranced me. I'm an opera nut, you know." "But my greatest pleasure this year is to rout my wife out of the easy chair, fix myself a Fa mouse Grouse on the rocks and shut off the 20th century for a while with the Rubenstein biography He resembles the conservative Felix he plays in his TV show (and. in many respects, in real But to shew he's as individual as the next guy and not necessarily cut out of Felix's mold altogether, he admits that one of his favorite quirks is admiration for fat women. "Every year I admire fat ladies more and he said. "They sing better because they're powerful and I'm wild about gorgeous voices. They cook better because they eat with gusto. And they keep a bed good and warm in the winter." Reminded that his wife is slim, Randall responded, "Yes. But I keep pushing malteds at her." As a regular on the quiz section of the Saturday afternoon opera broadcast from the Metropolitan Tony is considered an opera expert "I only sound like an' he said, "because so many people know so little about He claims he gained his knowledge by going to the opera three-quarters of the nights of the year. "I fake my way through most of the quiz." Yet when tnere is no opera in Los Angeles, Tony will fly to San Francisco or Chicago for the season's new productions. His own speaking voice can quickly flow from one foreign accent to another. He learned to speak Russian from records all through one summer until a deal to do a movie in Moscow fell through. And he is hoping to go to China soon. Get me a he said, ('and I'll learn Chinese in one week chop-chop." TV highlights MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Judgment at Nuremberg, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Many fine actors are cast in Stanley Kramer's film about the Nuremberg war-crimes trials. Conclusion Wednesday, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. MOVIE SUSPENSE: Winter Kill, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. With Andy Griffith and John Calvin starring, a sheriff of a ski resort is terrorized by a murderer. SPECIAL: Olympic Lottery, p.m., Ch. 7 Many enlertainers are on hand to perform at this giveaway, with million going to the first-prize winner. The Lucky-ticket numbers in the Olympic Lottery are drawn. MOVIE DRAMA: The Stratton Story, p.m., Ch. 11. James Stewart stars in this story of a White Sox pitcher Monty Stratton who makes a comeback after a leg amputation. SPECIAL: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. The Metropolitan Anthony Bloom of the Russian Orthodox Church in England discuss the dual nature of Christ His mortality and His spirituality. MOVIE WESTERN: Quincannon Frontier Scout, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Tony Martin portrays an ex-army officer trying to uncover a missing gun shipment. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: The Night of the Following Day, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Marlon Brando stars in this grim thriller of the kidnapping of a young girl. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by Radio and Televison Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of. The Lethbridge Herald. Mondav thru Friday b 50 ,News 7 3d .V'U.s. Wtlir Sports Monda> 5 25 Sporli 50 Local 6 00 World at Six 00 CB( News CHEC 1090 9 00 Checline 12 110 News. Wthr Sporli 1 00 Grain Prices 5 00 News Wth- Sports CJOC 1220 8 Phone Bill Show 12 00 Hour of Information 1 00 News' and Grjin Prices 5 00 Mews 5 25 Sports i Markel Report 5 50 Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monda) thru Friday b 00-9 00 a m Don McMaiter 9 00 n m -3 00 p m Concie s Cai ousel H 00-ti 00 p m Don McMaster 00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12 00 Tuesday thru Fndaj Del King CBR 1010 Monday B As It Happens X (M Music ol Our People 8 10 Identities 10 00 .News VVlhr Sports- 10 10 Hum the 10 IS Five Week 10 CBC' Plavnouse 1! 03 Idejs 12 01 The Groove Yard 5 .id Warmup li 05 Opener H 00 dt Eight 10 Opener 9 00 The World at Nine 12 O'i Hadiu Noon 1 y> Stock Market '1 Take Time l> 'M Off the Record .i !iO MJX Ferguson 4 00 BBC A'ews 4 On Home Run b 00 World at Six "TABERS 4TH ANNUAL" EASTER PEE WEE HOCKEY TOURNAMENT 28 TEAMS FROM U.S.A., SASKATCHEWAN, BRITISH COLUMBIA, ALBERTA p.m. Thurs.. Apr. 11th. 4 games Thurs.. night 11 games Friday starting it a.m. 10 games Sat. starting at a.m. 9 games Sun. starting at a.m. Finals starting Mon. at 9 a.m. Final Monday Night At p.m. "Plan to join the Pepsi people feeling free" Monday 5 00 O Hollywood Squares O Gunsmoke 5 25 (B Doctor in tHe House S 30 O (D Truth or Consequences 5 55 (B iNews fi 00 (D Rookies O Emergencv tj .10 !0 (B N oga B Pinnoohio 7 CD Canada A M. O Todav in Montana CD CBS Morning News O Farm and City Today Wizard of Oz' 7 "M O C.amhit O Secrets of the Kitchen 8 00 O Now on Set! 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